## Treatise on Materials Science and Technology, Volume 4 |

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B . Thermodynamic Properties (

. THERMODYNAMIC

substantiated by experimental data , it is essential to derive equations based on

this model ...

B . Thermodynamic Properties (

**Activity**, Partial Enthalpy , and Partial Entropy ) 1. THERMODYNAMIC

**ACTIVITY**Since any theoretical model must besubstantiated by experimental data , it is essential to derive equations based on

this model ...

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strongly recommended that the equation derived based on the one - and - half

approximation be used in describing the compositional dependences of the

thermodynamic

atoms ...

strongly recommended that the equation derived based on the one - and - half

approximation be used in describing the compositional dependences of the

thermodynamic

**activities**. Since the two sublattices contain an equal number ofatoms ...

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Unlike the compositional dependences of the log

phases or the f . c . tetragonal phases , the variations of In ay with ... With

increasing a values , the log

composition .

Unlike the compositional dependences of the log

**activities**either for the CsClphases or the f . c . tetragonal phases , the variations of In ay with ... With

increasing a values , the log

**activity**values change less drastically withcomposition .

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### Contents

RICHARD W VOOK | 2 |

Epitaxial Monocrystalline Films | 10 |

Polycrystalline Films | 37 |

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